Moonlight is a game streaming tool designed to allow you to stream your screen (and games) from a PC to a connected device. This means you can stream games that wouldn’t normally run on your device, such as GameCube, PS2, PC games, and so on. In this video I’ll show you how to set it up on ArkOS and RetroOZ devices (full compatibility list below).

Full written guide:
Buy an RG351V:
Buy an RGB10 Max:
TP-Link AC600 5GHz WiFi dongle:

Compatible systems:
Anbernic RG351V (ArkOS)
Anbernic RG351P (ArkOS final) — requires WiFi dongle
Anbernic RG351M (ArkOS final)
PowKiddy RGB10 (ArkOS) — requires WiFi dongle
PowKiddy RGB10 Max (RetroOZ)
GameForce Chi (ArkOS)
RK2020 (ArkOS) — requires WiFi dongle
ODROID Go Advance (ArkOS) — may require WiFi dongle
ODROID Go Super (RetroOZ) — requires WiFi dongle

00:00 introduction
01:26 setup and installation
04:56 RGB10 Max testing (RetroOZ)
08:56 RG351V testing (ArkOS)
11:50 Google Stadia setup
13:15 testing 351ELEC & TheRA
14:42 summary and conclusion

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Intro theme song sampled from “Hexadecimal Genome” by Bit Shifter:

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